Ring Road, Iceland
Beyond Reykjavik and its suburbs, Iceland is home to less than 100,000 people scattered across a fascinating country connected by one single road.
This collection captures a taste of these diverse landscapes from lava fields and iceberg-filled lakes to isolated coastal villages and the original Geyser.
The unique sense of place is enhanced by wild-roaming sheep and horses descended from Viking farms and contributes to the "somewhereness" of the Ring Road.
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